Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Durslade Farm, Dropping Ln, Bruton, Somerset BA10 0NL
Contrary to the more general scope of Holzer's previous series, which covered feminism, politics, domestic violence, and power dynamics, ‘Softer Targets’ shifts to focus aim on state secrets, cover-ups and government corruption. Review by Trevor Smith
Birmingham Open Media (BOM), 1 Dudley St, Birmingham B5 4EG
‘Orange Bikini’ visualises the psyche of a woman of colour, revealing her powerful and resilient spirit and subtlely acknowledging anxieties around beauty ideals. Review by Lynnette Miranda
SculptureCenter, 44-19 Purves St, Long Island City, NY 11101
An interactive institutional critique, ’Numbers in a Room’ grants viewers permission to reconfigure the set language of a space as a form with which one can create, move, and play. Review by Rusty Van Riper
Centrala, Unit 4 Minerva Works, 158 Fazeley Street, Birmingham B5 5RT
As anyone who’s opened a British newspaper recently will be amply aware, the word ‘migrant’ has become an incredibly loaded one over the last few months. Małgorzata Dawidek has stepped straight into the fray with her distinctive visual language. Review by Helena Haimes
NCP Car Park, Newhall Street, Birmingham
Like a flock of birds, five female dancers circle, gather and glide across the tarmac of a rooftop car park. Their steps utilise every genre of movement and draw together the audience and performers in a whirl of sound and step. Review by Anneka French
Safehouse 1, Maverick Projects, 139 Copeland Road, Peckham, London
The work effectively functions in the house as ‘interior decorating’. Nearly all the pieces are curated to emphasise the domesticity of the space, allowing forgotten details of the past to elegantly emerge. Emma Rae Warburton reviews the exhibition SOROR, sited within a former safe house.
greengrassi, 1a Kempsford Road, London, SE11 4NU
'You’re a nice guy to let me hold you like this' brings together three of Davey's photographic 'mailer' pieces and her new 28-minute film 'Notes on Blue' - an episodic mediation on blindness, colour, and the life and work of British filmmaker Derek Jarman.
T293, Via G. M. Crescimbeni 11, Roma
T293 presents its first solo exhibition by British artist May Hands. Under the title of ‘Freschissimi’, the exhibition brings together an installation and a new series of paintings and sculptures curated during her summer residency in Rome.
Talbot Rice Gallery, The University of Edinburgh, Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh EH8 9YL
'Accepting anything among everything' is not just an exhibition-acquaintance with the German artist’s work, but a historical document on conceptual art’s physiognomy and its complex relationship with everyday life, materiality, music and speech. Review by Maro Psyrra
The Hepworth Wakefield, Gallery Walk, Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF1 5AW
For ‘Particle of Inch’, Magali Reus has made a body of work which uses the contemplative space of the gallery to exhibit a visual vocabulary we would more readily associate with being in transit. Review by Karl Musson